Pumpkin spice crickets

pumpkin spice crickets

Enjoy a festive first day of fall with these pumpkin spice products or not. Pumpkin spice seasoned roasted crickets. Roasted Crickets with a Pumpkin Spice flavor. Ingredients: Crickets, roasted pumpkin seeds, pumpkin seed powder, sugar, spices. This video is a compilation of people eating Aketta crickets for the first time at Aketta: Pumpkin Spice Paleo Granola Made With Cricket Protein Powder. pumpkin spice crickets

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Chile-Lime Crickets & Pumpkin Seeds
  • Chile-Lime Crickets & Pumpkin Seeds
  • Chile-Lime Crickets & Pumpkin Seeds

If you are an adventurous eater then this snack is for you! 

These fully toasted chile-lime crickets are deliciously tangy and have a kick of spice that will start a healthy farmed fiesta in your mouth with loads of protein to boot. These fun fierce snacks are good for you and good for the planet.

  • Ingredients - Toasted Crickets, Organic Pumpkin Seeds, Organic Dry Tomato Paste, Organic Fresh Lime Juice, Dried Chile Pepper, Salt.
  • Size:  1oz 
  • No Dairy, No Eggs, Gluten Free, No GMO’s
  • Made in a facility that processes milk, eggs, and peanuts. Not recommended for those with shellfish allergies as well.
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10 pumpkin spice products that should've never existed

Pumpkin spice season arrives sooner every year, with consumers finding pumpkin products on the shelves as early as August. Not only are the products arriving earlier, but they’re getting weirder as well. Have we hit the Golden Age of pumpkin spice, or have we taken the trend too far? Before you make your decision, check out the newest and most outlandish pumpkin spice products for those of you living the PSL (Pumpkin Spice Lifestyle).

Why eat a pumpkin pie when you can smell like one? Demeter is a New York based fragrance company that makes dozens of scents from apple blossom to pizza. According to a study on their website, “the smell of Pumpkin Pie increases arousal in men by 40%.”

Have you ever gulped down a Pumpkin Spice Latte and thought “Wow, I wish my mouth could smell like this forever?” Well, this lip balm from Burt’s Bees just might be your product.

If perfume and lip balm aren’t enough, you can now make sure that you even sweat pumpkin spice. Round out your bath and body routine with Native’s Pumpkin Spice Latte stick deodorant.

Pumpkin Spice Cough Drops

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Pumpkin Spice Protein Powder

Don’t worry if sugary lattes aren’t compatible with your diet. You can now buy 5 lbs of pumpkin spice protein powder on Amazon.

If the outrageous amount of pumpkin spice products are still not enough for you, never fear. Now you can make anything pumpkin spice with this spray. Popcorn? Veggies? Boring office sandwich? Transform your mundane meals to a pumpkin spice meal.

You don’t even have to be human to hop on the pumpkin spice bandwagon.

What’s worse about this product: the fact that you’re eating crickets or the fact that they’re pumpkin spiced?

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Switch up those pumpkin spice coffee breaks with a pumpkin spice happy hour.

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This Thanksgiving, Don’t Forget To Pass The Cricket Pie?

Eating crickets might improve the microbiome — the good bacteria found in the gut that wards off illness, according to a recent six-week study at Colorado State University.

Participants ate food made from cricket flour, that is, roasted crickets ground into a fine meal. The lead researcher, Tiffany Weir, said in a news release that she worked to conceal the distinct taste and texture of the cricket flour by adding it to malt milkshakes and pumpkin spice muffins.

“The foods we put the cricket in weren’t exactly the healthiest foods,” said Weir, an associate professor in at the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition. “We didn’t have the ability to produce premade bars or anything like that, so the muffins and milkshakes were what was accessible to us.”

While most people cringe at the idea of eating bugs, Wendy Lu McGill, who grows crickets at the Rocky Mountain Micro Ranch in Denver, said after the first bite, people are surprised by the mild flavor.

“They’ll often say something like ‘Oh, that’s not so bad,’ which is high praise when you’re trying to sell bugs as food,” she said.

Edible insects, including crickets, first appeared on the American health food scene after the United Nations released a study in 2013 promoting bugs as a nutritious and environmentally friendly protein. According to that study, insects like mealworms contain saturated omega-3 and fatty acids similar to fish and more than beef or pork.

In the CSU study, each group of participants ate cricket-based food daily for two weeks at a time.

Afterwards, Weir found an increase in their levels of bifidobacterium, a bacteria that’s thought to help boost the immune system. She also saw a decrease in the levels of TNF-alpha, a protein that causes inflammation and drives chronic diseases like Type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular issues.

She said in the release that she found the results surprising because the test subjects were mostly college students.  

“For the most part, that meant we were looking at young, healthy individuals. We didn’t know if we would see any benefits because the population is generally low-risk,” she said.

McGill produces about 500 pounds of crickets each month and sells them to local restaurants to make everything from cricket tacos to stir-fry.

“I call crickets ‘tofu bugs’ for that reason, they bring so little flavor on their own,” she said.

For Thanksgiving recipes, McGill suggests using cricket flour for pie crusts or pairing mealworms with roasted root vegetables.   

Follow Esther on Twitter: @estherhonig.

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Cricket Flour + Pumpkin Spiced Halloween Cupcakes with Scorpions

MAKES
24
PREP TIME
35 mins
COOK
25 mins

Cupcakes are a fun and easy way to get creative in the kitchen, and what better time than Halloween, truly serve up a trick & treat!

In classic Eat Crawlers fashion, we have created our take on a Halloween cupcake. We use quite a basic cupcake recipe - with 1/4 cup of Cricket Flour - which has never let us down. And don't be intimidated, when made carefully and with patience even you too can make perfect little morsels!

We spiked our cupcake batter with some mixed spice, and also put some into our buttercream icing to give it that extra pumpkin spice hit!

Then for the garnish, this is where you can get super creative. Following the 'Pumpkin Spice' theme we thought the classic ginger nuts fit the brief, and their new chocolate coated ginger nut fingers are perfect to add some height. So we crushed up some Ginger nuts to sprinkle on the top for some texture, place in a Ginger nut Finger and also a tasty Armor Tail Scorpioin!

Using cricket flour in recipes like this is a really easy way to get the benefits of eating insects. Like high levels of protein, B12, all 9 omega fatty acids, iron and calcium. Cricket flour is a sustainable and highly beneficial form of protein. To find out more about the benefits of eating insects head to our information pagehere.

THESE CUPCAKES ARE:
Easy
Soft
Moist
High in protein
Fun to make
+ have awesome Cricket Flour

CUPCAKES
150g butter, softened 
1 1/2 cups caster sugar
2 eggs 
2 tsp good quality vanilla extract 
2 1/4 cups self-raising flour 
1/4 cup Cricket Flour
1/4 tsp baking powder
1 1/4 cups milk

BUTTERCREAM ICING
100g butter, softened 
1 1/2 cups icing sugar
1-2 tbsp milk 
4 drops good quality vanilla extract
4 Gingernut Biscuits & 10 Gingernut Chocolate Fingers

CUPCAKES
1. Preheat oven to 190°C conventional or 170°C fan-forced.
2. Beat butter with an electric mixer until smooth, add caster sugar and beat until light and fluffy. Add eggs and mix well. Add the sifted flour, milk and vanilla, beat until smooth.
3. Place paper baking cases in a cupcake tin, spoon in mixture until they are about 2/3 full (don't overfill or they will form peaks). This recipe makes 24 cupcakes so you might need to do this in two batches.
4. Bake for 20 minutes until golden or until they spring back when lightly pressed. Turn out onto a wire rack to cool while you prepare the icing. 

BUTTERCREAM ICING
Beat the butter until it is pale and fluffy. Sift in the icing sugar and mix, adding milk until you have a light, fluffy mixture. Add extra milk if you need a softer consistency. Spread or pipe icing over cupcakes and top with decorations as desired.

pro tipI like to place my butter in a warm place, like a hot water cupboard or just on the bench if it is a warm day. This gets the at a perfectly soft state so that it whips up well, getting you a nice pale and thick buttercream icing etc. Also, take your time with baking recipes like this, make sure your utensils are all clean and take the time to get measurements perfect!

p.s Ask any questions you might have though the form below, so other readers who may have the same questions can see our response!

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 Recipe adapted from Chelsea Sugar Vanilla Cupcakes with Buttercream Icing

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Chocolate Chirp Pumpkin Bread Powered by Crickets

recipe

March 24, 2021

2020 was the year of cricket. OK, not really, but it sure felt like it for me. I ate my first chocolate chirp cricket cookie made with cricket flour, compliments of Harmony Cricket Farm. I met a cricket rancher, and I talked to cricket farmers who grow crickets at their cricket ranch in Minneapolis.

Before 2020 and the delicious chocolate chirp cricket cookie from Harmony Cricket Farm, my only experience with crickets was through the Bizarre Foods guy himself, Andrew Zimmern. I went to a media event he was hosting, and they passed out crickets for us to try. There was nacho cheese, and I think, garlic and onion cricket snacks that came in little boxes the size of candy heart boxes on Valentine’s day. I remember tossing a handful of crickets down my gullet and immediately being pleasantly surprised at the crunch. They weren’t gross at all – it was mostly just spicy texture until I tried to swallow, and a cricket feeler got lodged in my throat and stayed there all day. Not the best cricket experience but memorable, to say the least.

What’s the deal with all the excitement around crickets and cricket farming? It’s pretty simple. Crickets are a very complete protein. They mature quickly, can be farmed without a lot of natural resources, and can be ground into powders and flours, making them easy to add to baked goods and smoothies, thereby upping the protein content in whatever you are making. Athletes and people looking for ways to up their protein intake without upping their meat consumption can look to crickets as an effortless way to do this. Crickets have more protein than beef, and they are full of healthy fiber and omega 3s. When crickets are ground into flours and powders, you don’t have the unpleasant antennae-stuck-in-your-throat problem, and it makes people less squeamish about eating them when they are “hidden” in your food.

On my Makers of Minnesota Podcast I talked with Harmony Cricket Farm Founder, Tammy Mann. Harmony Cricket Farm is producing crave-able foods made with crickets like cookies, snacks, and powders. Tammy increased her cricket protein consumption, she felt better, had less inflammation, and more energy, and the only thing she had changed in her diet was the crickets. Crickets are good for the environment. Crickets are deemed the “future-forward food” because they are sustainable, highly nutritious, and have a hearty flavor that goes exceptionally well in baked goods like this pumpkin bread. Give it a try if you are trying to up your protein content in a muffin or a slice of bread!

I have a chocolate chip Pumpkin bread recipe (they make great muffins too). If you want to experiment with your own recipes, try substituting about 10-15% of the dry goods with cricket powder or just use the harmony farms cricket powder and save yourself the trouble.

Pumpkin Bread with Cricket Flour

Ingredients

  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • ½ cup honey
  • 1/2 cup butter, softened
  • 3 large eggs
  • 2 teaspoons Vanilla Extract
  • 15 ounces canned pumpkin
  • ¼ cup plain Greek yogurt
  • 2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1/2 cup Harmony Cricket Farm Cricket Flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1 teaspoons baking soda
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 2 teaspoons pumpkin pie spice
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • One 12-ounce package of chocolate chip

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Grease and flour two 9×5-inch loaf pans. I also like to line the bottom of the pans with parchment paper for ease of getting the loaves out.
  2. Add the sugar, honey, and butter to a mixing bowl and beat them with an electric mixer until well combined. Add eggs, pumpkin, yogurt, and vanilla and mix to combine.
  3. In a separate bowl, mix together flour, cricket flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, and pumpkin pie spice.
  4. Alternately add flour mixture, Cricket Flour, then milk to pumpkin mixture, starting and ending with flour. Fold in chocolate chips at the end.
  5. Pour the batter into prepared pans. Bake at 350 degrees F for 45-55 minutes or until a toothpick inserted comes out clean. Cool for a few minutes in the pan before inverting onto a wire rack to cool.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Ingredients

  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • ½ cup honey
  • 1/2 cup butter, softened
  • 3 large eggs
  • 2 teaspoons Vanilla Extract
  • 15 ounces canned pumpkin
  • ¼ cup plain Greek yogurt
  • 2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1/2 cup Harmony Cricket Farm Cricket Flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1 teaspoons baking soda
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 2 teaspoons pumpkin pie spice
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • One 12-ounce package of chocolate chip

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Grease and flour two 9×5 in loaf pans. I also like to line the bottom of the pans with parchment paper to ease in getting the loaves out.
  2. Add the sugar, honey, and butter to a mixing bowl and beat them with an electric mixer until well combined. Add eggs, pumpkin, yogurt, and vanilla and mix to combine.
  3. In a separate bowl, mix together flour, cricket flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, and pumpkin pie spice.
  4. Alternately add flour mixture, Cricket Flour, then milk to pumpkin mixture, starting and ending with flour. Fold in chocolate chips at the end.
  5. Pour the batter into prepared pans. Bake at 350 degrees F for 45-55 minutes or until a toothpick inserted comes out clean. Cool for a few minutes in the pan before inverting onto a wire rack to cool.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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This Thanksgiving, Don’t Forget To Pass The Cricket Pie?

Eating crickets might improve the microbiome — the good bacteria found in the gut that wards off illness, according to a recent six-week study at Colorado State University.

Participants ate food made from cricket flour, that is, roasted crickets ground into a fine meal. The lead researcher, Tiffany Weir, said in a news release that she worked to conceal the distinct taste and texture of the cricket flour by adding it to malt milkshakes and pumpkin spice muffins.

“The foods we put the cricket in weren’t exactly the healthiest foods,” said Weir, an associate professor in at the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition. “We didn’t have the ability to produce premade bars or anything like that, so the muffins and milkshakes were what was accessible to us.”

While most people cringe at the idea of eating bugs, Wendy Lu McGill, who grows crickets at the Rocky Mountain Micro Ranch in Denver, said after the first bite, people are surprised by the mild flavor.

“They’ll often say something like pumpkin spice crickets, that’s not so bad,’ which is high praise when you’re trying to sell bugs as food,” she said.

Edible insects, including crickets, pumpkin spice crickets, first appeared on the American health food scene after the United Nations released a study in 2013 promoting bugs as a nutritious and environmentally friendly protein, pumpkin spice crickets. According to that study, insects like mealworms contain saturated omega-3 and fatty acids similar to fish and more than beef or pork.

In the CSU study, each group of participants ate cricket-based food daily for two weeks at a time.

Afterwards, Weir found an increase in their levels of bifidobacterium, a bacteria that’s thought to help boost the immune system. She also saw a decrease in the levels of TNF-alpha, a protein that causes inflammation and drives chronic diseases like Type 2 mitchell high school football playoffs and cardiovascular issues.

She said in the release that she found the results surprising because the test subjects were mostly college students.  

“For the most part, that meant we were looking at young, healthy individuals. We didn’t know if we would see any benefits because the population is generally low-risk,” she said.

McGill produces about 500 pounds of crickets each month and sells them to local restaurants to make everything from cricket tacos to stir-fry.

“I call crickets ‘tofu bugs’ for that reason, they bring so little flavor on pumpkin spice crickets own,” she said.

For Thanksgiving recipes, McGill suggests using cricket flour for pie crusts or pairing mealworms with roasted root vegetables, pumpkin spice crickets.   

Follow Esther on Twitter: @estherhonig.

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CHILE-LIME CRICKETS W/ PUMPKIN SEEDS

CHILE -LIME CRICKETS WITH PUMPKIN SEEDS

(No Dairy, No Eggs, Gluten Free, No GMO’s)  – QTY: SINGLE 1.5oz POUCH


These fully toasted chile-lime crickets are deliciously tangy and have a kick of spice that will start a healthy farmed fiesta in your mouth with loads of protein to boot. These fun fierce snacks are good for you and good for the planet.

All of Don Bugito’s crickets come from a farm dedicated to raising the highest quality insects for human consumption in the USA. 

Ingredients: Toasted Crickets, Organic Pumpkin Seeds, Organic Dry Tomato Paste, Organic Fresh Lime Juice, Dried Chile Pepper, Salt.



IF YOU ARE ALLERGIC TO SHELLFISH Pumpkin spice crickets PRODUCT IS NOT FOR YOU.
Made in a facility that processes milk, eggs, and peanuts

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No Hormones
Chile-Lime Crickets & Pumpkin Seeds
  • Chile-Lime Crickets & Pumpkin Seeds
  • Chile-Lime Crickets & Pumpkin Seeds

If you are an adventurous eater then this snack is for you! 

These fully toasted chile-lime crickets are deliciously tangy and have a kick of spice that will csd tennis a healthy farmed fiesta in your mouth with loads of protein to boot. These fun fierce snacks are good for you and good for the planet.

  • Ingredients - Toasted Crickets, Organic Pumpkin Seeds, Organic Dry Tomato Paste, Organic Fresh Lime Juice, pumpkin spice crickets, Dried Chile Pepper, Salt.
  • Size:  1oz 
  • No Dairy, No Eggs, Gluten Free, No GMO’s
  • Made in a facility that processes milk, pumpkin spice crickets, and peanuts. Not recommended for those with shellfish allergies as well.
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Crickets By The Pound

Pumpkin Spice Seasoned Roasted Crickets

Roasted Crickets with a Pumpkin Spice flavor.

Ingredients: Crickets, roasted pumpkin seeds, pumpkin seed powder, sugar, spices.

Non GMO

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